Mayor Miguel Pulido says Homeless People are Mean

Not all of them, just some of them. It reminds me of the “very fine people” remarks by Trump. Hey, Mayor Miguel Pulido, try this: build shelter beds. Try compassion. And please, learn the law and get an awareness of what is going on around you. You are not part of the ongoing lawsuit – […]

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Invisible People on “typical homeless person”

One of the items that @lampcommunity (now The People Concern) had that drew them to me was Supportive Employment, and I would like to see more of it. Remember in college we had the option if scheaduking classes for 2, 3 or 5 days a week for a few hours at a time? Bring that […]

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There is fun in FUNdraising!

Sometimes helping people means sitting with them and listening sharing a meal connecting people to housing teaching life skills arranging public assistance But if case management, therapy or social work isn’t your thing, there are other ways to help out. Galas are fun! Some folks enjoy attending them and using their money for good acts. […]

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The Need For Dignity and Respect

“Expect Respect”. I used to have a handmade sign that said this in my old cubicle. From the security guard to me and up through the politicians in charge of designing, approving and finding programs designed to assist people in their poorest hours, you should experience respect. Dignity is important. People should feel like they […]

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